Two-Voice Sketches

Conversations With Gabriella: Four Angelic Sketches for Advent and Christmas

Characters: GABRIEL and GABRIELLA. Whimsical and naïve, Gabriella engages Gabriel in dialogue as Gabriel prepares to leave heaven to deliver special messages from the Mighty One to Zechariah, Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds. Gabriella’s inability to understand the Mighty One’s master plan leads to amusing insights that highlight the mystery and cost of the Incarnation. CONVERSATIONS WITH GABRIELLA includes four separate 5-7 minute sketches with optional musical interludes. The individual sketches can be used each week during Advent, or they can be combined into a memorable dramatic presentation.
Bible Reference: Luke 1:5-2:20.          Performance Time: Four 5-7 minute sketches.
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I’m So Young—I’m So Old

Characters: MARY and ELIZABETH marvel over the miracle and mystery of being chosen to bear sons, one who will go before and One who will become “the Redeemer of the world.”
Bible Reference: Luke 1:39-56          Performance Time: 3 minutes
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I Was Just Doing My Job

Characters: THE INNKEEPER’S WIFE and A SHEPHERD remind us that Christ comes to ordinary people in the midst of everyday responsibilities. Their gritty perspectives of “Why us? We’re nobody special” remind us of the impact of the Incarnation and challenge us to wake up to the ways God may surprise us.
Bible Reference: Luke 2:1-20          Performance Time: 2-3 minutes
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Missing the Messiah

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Characters: STELLA and MIRA, two women from Bethlehem argue about whether to care about what the shepherds are saying. Their struggles offer fresh insights into the dilemma of knowing what to believe . . . then and now.
Bible Reference: Luke 2: 8-20        Performance Time: 7 minutes
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Wise Men in King Herod’s Court

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Characters: HEROD and the COURT ATTENDANT engage in a lively exchange about the arrival of the Magi. Irony and subtle humor reveal Herod’s evil plans and the Court Attendant’s growing wisdom as he appeals to the all-wise God’s ability to “out-wise the blood-thirsty Herod” in his own court.
Bible Reference: Matthew 2            Performance Time: 8 minutes
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